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Today in Island History
1836 Charlottetown shoemaker Wm. Fitzpatrick battles the currency shortage (and uses up his scraps of sheepskin) by issuing leather money redeemable at his office. The only leather notes ever circulated in Canada, they are soon suppressed by the Legislature.
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